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In this study, was to evaluated the effectiveness of motor task and cognitive task interference while walking to improve gait parameters of subjects with Parkinson's disease. Methods: In this Randomized Controlled trial, 30 subjects with Parkinson's disease of age group between 50and 70 years randomly divided into two groups. The first group had motor task interference, and the second group had calculation task interference while walking along with conventional physical therapy. Gait parametersdoi:10.15621/ijphy/2017/v4i2/141948 fatcat:lhgxqaw3ufahhoqn7ksvcc5rp4